MPs have called for an inquiry into why former HBOS bosses were given almost £1m in "bonuses for going bust".
The former head of accountants KPMG, John Griffith-Jones, has been dragged into the HBOS furore as questions are asked about his suitability to head the City's new regulator given the auditor's role at the failed bank.
Sir James Crosby, as we must still call him until the knighthood is removed formally, has done the right thing – but belatedly.
Three former directors of HBOS could be banned from serving as company directors after business secretary Vince Cable asked civil servants to consider whether those responsible for the bank's collapse in 2008 deserve to be disqualified.
Oasis Healthcare, the UK's largest private dental chain, has been bought by the private equity firm behind the catering group Pret a Manger for £185m.
Two former chief executives of HBOS, the bank rescued by Lloyds in 2008, have admitted that "stress tests" carried out by the company before its near collapse failed to identify the risks being taken in its corporate division.